I am a first-term legislator representing Wethersfield, CT in the 28th House District. I serve as a member of the Government Administration and Elections, Transportation, and Internships Committees.
As a state representative, I‘ve dedicated myself to listening to my constituents and representing our entire community. I’m proud of my record of fighting for our families’ health and safety during the pandemic, championing voting rights, and working to pass laws to assist our workforce and grow our economy. With your support, I will continue to advocate for these important initiatives at the state level and bring crucial funding back to our town.
I bring a background in municipal experience to the legislature through my ten year employment as an Assistant Town Clerk. I also served in elected office on the Town Council (2015-2020), and as Mayor of Wethersfield (2017-2019).
As a lifelong resident of Wethersfield, I attended elementary and middle school in town before graduating from South Catholic High School and Providence College. I am currently employed at Wesleyan University’s Center for African American Studies. My husband Rich and I have three daughters, all still in school, and both sets of parents living in Wethersfield.